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Wednesday, May 5


MILITARY WAREHOUSE

P.O. Box 261

Cambridge, MN 55008


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Military Warehouse does NOT support or glorify Nazi Germany or Imperial Japan or any such movement or group. War souvenirs like these were brought home by our victorious American G.I.s  in 1945.


ORIGINAL PRE-1945 WAR RELICS

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Original Nazi General Assault Badge Marked "R.S."

This is a fine solid grey metal badge with the Wehrmacht eagle/swastika surmounting a crossed bayonet and stick grenade. This badge is maker-marked "R.S." (Rudolf Souval maker). Unfortunately the mounting pin and hinge are missing from this badge. This badge is a “WWII veteran bring-back” purchased from the family of retired Army Master Sergeant James F. Ober (serial number 35417818), who served with the 759th Railway Operating Battalion in the African campaign, Italy, France and Germany from September 1942 to December 1945. Sgt. Ober was wounded during the war by shrapnel while on a train, according to a relative. Item #0411-21

Our price...$95

Original Nazi Knitted Wool Pillowcase, and "Vintage" Stocking Cap

This is a very interesting set consisting of a near excellent pre-1945 German knitted wool pillow case in the national colors with a large knitted black swastika within the knitted center white circle. This pillow case measures about 17 1/2" x 17 3/4" and has a black satin cloth backing with an open end to insert the pillow. The second item is a "vintage" (date and place of manufacture unknown) near excellent knitted wool stocking cap in the German national colors with the knitted black swastika within the knitted white circle. The workmanship on this knitted cap is outstanding.

Our price...$295 set

Original Nazi Captured P.38 Pistol Holster with G.I.s Name and Political Eagle

This is a nice "G.I. captured" P.38 black leather hardshell pistol holster by Rudolf Fischer, Lederwarenfabrik, Lengefeld.  The holster features the stamped maker code "eue 43" and WaA 300 eagle/swastika marking along with a "P38" marking. The G.I.'s name "William Michel" is etched onto the inside top cover. Apparently the G.I. affixed a nice aluminum political eagle/swastika badge onto the front flap, with the flap closing strap broken off below the swastika. There is one small puncture hole (shrapnel damage?) to the extra magazine pocket, and some flap edge damage next to the magazine pocket. The stitching along the closing flap top back edge has worn off. Otherwise this is a nice holster and true WWII wartime souvenir. Item #0413-2

Our price...$195

Original Nazi Close Combat Clasp in Bronze by Friedrich Linden of Lüdenscheid

This is a fine later war Close Combat Clasp featuring the "FFL" maker's mark (Friedrich Linden of Lüdenscheid maker) and the "Fec. W. E. Peekhaus Berlin" marking. This badge has its bronze finish aged to grey over time as it does on many Nazi badges, medals and belt buckles made later in the war. Unfortunately this badge is missing its square steel center backing piece and its mounting pin with hinge. This badge is a “WWII veteran bring-back” purchased from the family of retired Army Master Sergeant James F. Ober (serial number 35417818), who served with the 759th Railway Operating Battalion in the African campaign, Italy, France and Germany from September 1942 to December 1945. Sgt. Ober was wounded during the war by shrapnel while on a train, according to a relative. Item #0411-20

Our price...$175   SOLD

Original pre-Nazi DRA Sports Badge in Bronze

This is a near excellent high quality bronze badge for the "Deutscher Reichs-Ausschuss" (German Nat'l Committee for Physical Training) which existed until 1933 when it became the DRL. This badge was allowed to be worn during the Nazi period. This badge is maker-marked to the H. Wernstein firm. This item is a “WWII veteran bring-back” purchased from the family of retired Army Master Sergeant James F. Ober (serial number 35417818), who served with the 759th Railway Operating Battalion in the African campaign, Italy, France and Germany from September 1942 to December 1945. Sgt. Ober was wounded during the war by shrapnel while on a train, according to a relative. Item #0411-18

Our price...$65   SOLD

Original Nazi NSDAP Late War Party Pin Marked "RZM M1/120"

This is a very fine later war NSDAP party membership badge with almost all of its original red-white-black painted finish present. The reverse side bears the RZM maker's code "M1/120" (Wilhelm Deumer, Lüdenscheid maker). This badge is a “WWII veteran bring-back” purchased from the family of retired Army Master Sergeant James F. Ober (serial number 35417818), who served with the 759th Railway Operating Battalion in the African campaign, Italy, France and Germany from September 1942 to December 1945. Sgt. Ober was wounded during the war by shrapnel while on a train, according to a relative. Item #0411-17

Our price...$45   SOLD

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